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Gen Lee and Gordon's charge. --It was stated by our army correspondent, a few days since, that when a division gave way at Spotsylvania Court House, Gen Lee was about leading a charge to recover the lost ground, but the men insisted upon his gog on the flank with great celerity, were swiftly driving till before them in panic and confusion. Instantly Pegram's and Gordon's brigades were formed a few hundred yards to the rear of, and at right angles to, the line of works. All saw that a crin his charger I never saw a man look so noble, or a spectacle so impressive. At this interesting moment, our gallant Gordon, spurring his foaming charger to the front, seized the reins of Gen Lee's horse, and turning him around, said, "General, Go back!" "Go back!" "Gen Lee to the rear!" hurst from along the lines; and as one led the General's horse to the rear, Gen Gordon gave the command, "Forward, Charge!" And with a shout and yell the brigades dashed on, thought bog and swamp, and briar